1.) MATH 6:
- Complete all review assignments (Test yourself worksheet on the backside of Thursday's worksheet)
- Complete the review questions from the textbook. We will go over your questions before tomorrow's test.
- UNIT TEST TOMORROW (primes, composites, factors, multiples, integers, and order of operations)
- Complete all review questions from the handout.
- We will review any questions you have tomorrow in class.
3.) POST A RESPONSE:
- With your Science textbook or by doing some research, explain at least 4 points about the particle model of matter. (Post your response, comment on at least one other student's post, and edit and revise your post in paragraph form)
- If you don't have your textbook, be sure to provide the link to the website you used to obtain your information about the particle model of matter.
- Keep in mind that you must include information about the the space between the particles, the speed they move at, what happens when you heat them, what happens when you cool them, and anything else that you know/learn. (Explain these points for each state of matter - solid, liquid, and gas)
- Steve Spangler - Sulfur Hexafluoride Gas (COOL SCIENCE - Can you explain this using everything you know about density?)
- See if you can figure out how to use the programs below to learn more about the different states of matter. They will help you review for Thursday/Friday's test! They are super cool!
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